Inhini River

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   Река Inhini River
Длина 25 км (16 миль)[1] км
Водосбор 135 км2 (52 кв. миль),[2] км²
Расход воды Шаблон:Convert/m3/s[2] м³/с
Исток: 56,5731° с. ш. 228,6433° в. д.: [3]
Устье: 56,7089° с. ш. 228,4425° в. д.: [4][5]

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The Inhini River is a tributary of the Iskut River in the northwest part of the province of British Columbia, Canada, in Cassiar Land District.[4][6] From its source in the glaciers of Simma Mountain and Mount Rastus, the Inhini River flows north for about 25 км (16 миль)[1] to the Iskut River just east of the Iskut's confluence with the Stikine River.

The Inhini River's watershed covers 135 км2 (52 кв. миль),[2] and its mean annual discharge is an estimated Шаблон:Convert/m3/s.[2] The river's watershed's land cover is classified as 26.2% shrubland, 23.7% barren, 20.7% snow/glacier, 16.2% conifer forest, and small amounts of other cover.[2]

The mouth of the Inhini River is located about 57 км (35 миль) east-northeast of Wrangell, Alaska, about 130 км (81 миль) northwest of Stewart, British Columbia, and about 135 км (84 миль) south of Telegraph Creek, British Columbia.[7][5]

The Inhini River is in the traditional territory of the Tlingit, specifically the Shtax'héen Ḵwáan, commonly known as the Stikine River people.[8][9] It is also in the asserted traditional territory of the Tahltan First Nation and Iskut First Nation, of the Tahltan people.[10]


The Inhini River originates in two forks near the border of Alaska. The longer eastern fork flows from the glacial meltwaters of Mount Rastus[11] and Simma Mountain,[12] close to the source of Simma Creek,[13] a tributary of the Craig River. This fork flows for about 7 км (4,3 миль) before being joined by the west fork, which flows from the glacial meltwaters of Mount Fawcett,[14] an Alaska–British Columbia boundary peak.

The mainstem Inhini River flows north between Inhini Mountain and Mount Whipple,[15][16] then between Fizzle Mountain and Snowy Mountain,[17][18] collecting a number of unnamed tributary streams. It becomes a braided river after entering the floodplain of the Iskut River. The Inhini River empties into a side channel of the highly braided Iskut River about 15 км (9,3 миль) east of the mouth of the Iskut, where it joins the Stikine River a few kilometres upriver of the Alaska boundary.[7][5][19]

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  1. а б Length measured using BCGNIS coordinates, topographic maps, and Toporama
  2. а б в г д Northwest Water Tool // BC Water Tool. — GeoBC, Integrated Land Management Bureau, Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, Government of British Columbia. — Дата обращения: 15.10.2021.
  3. Derived from BCGNIS, ACME Mapper, topographic maps, and Toporama
  4. а б Шаблон:BCGNIS
  5. а б в Toporama (on-line map and search) // Atlas of Canada. — Natural Resources Canada. — Дата обращения: 15.10.2021.
  6. Шаблон:Cite cgndb
  7. а б ACME Mapper 2.2. — ACME Laboratories. — Дата обращения: 15.10.2021.
  8. Traditional Tlingit Country. — San Francisco Tlingit & Haida Community Council. — Дата обращения: 15.10.2021.
  9. Lindley, Britany Kee’ ya aa (2017). “Solution Before Pollution: Mining and International Transboundary Rivers in Southeast Alaska”. American Indian Law Journal. 6 (1). Дата обращения 22 September 2021.
  10. Rescan Environmental Services. Tahltan Nation Traditional Knowledge and Use Desk-based Research Report. — Seabridge Gold Inc., 2012. — 5 июня. — Дата обращения: 22.09.2021.
  11. Шаблон:BCGNIS
  12. Шаблон:BCGNIS
  13. Шаблон:BCGNIS
  14. Шаблон:BCGNIS
  15. Шаблон:BCGNIS
  16. Шаблон:BCGNIS
  17. Шаблон:BCGNIS
  18. Шаблон:BCGNIS
  19. Mussio, Russell. Northern BC Backroad Mapbook / Russell Mussio, Wesley Mussio. — Mussio Ventures, 2018. — P. 73, 88. — ISBN 978-1-926806-87-7.